SANTA CLARITA, Calif. – On the morning of Saturday, December 28th, participants in the 2013 Placerita Canyon Holiday 5k will have a chance to run off that Christmas ham in a fun and family-friendly environment.
The fourth-annual race hosted by The Master’s College cross country & track program will begin at 9:00 a.m. on the campus of The Master’s College.
Adults entering (13+) will pay $25 to compete, while youth (12 years of age and under on race day) entries costs $20. Participants can register by clicking here. All entries include pancake breakfast, and souvenir T-shirt.
On race day, check-in will begin at 7:00 AM. All participants must check in prior to the 9:00 AM start time to pick up their race tags. The check-in table will be located on the baseball field.
For a map and directions, please see the campus map along with driving directions to The Master’s College.
Parking will be located on Placerita Canyon Road, you may park in any of two marked lots (see map).
Also, restrooms will be located in the parking lot of the gymnasium.
For the course, runners will start on TMC’s athletic field, pass through the gate onto Quigley Canyon Rd., make a right on Cleardale, continue on Quigley Canyon Trail to the turnaround loop and run back to the athletic field, finishing on TMC’s Athletic Field (Terrain: turf, pavement, dirt and sand trail). Course is almost 100% flat with winding turns. Please note that if inclement weather occurs, the course may be considerably muddy!
Awards will be given to male and female top finishers in each age division. Age divisions are 11 and under, 12-18, and adult categories.
Finally, an all-you-can-eat pancake breakfast will be available immediately following the race – so come hungry! Meal passes for the pancake breakfast will be distributed to race participants (free) at check-in. Non-race participants may purchase meal passes for $3 a person.
Results will be posted on the Placerita Canyon Holiday 5k webpage.
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